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She Dreams: Live the Life You Were Create For – Tiffany Bluhm

She Dreams is an encouraging book for Christian women that explores pursuing your dreams. Written in a conversational manner, Bluhm utilizes the story of Moses as well her own to encourage the reader to pursue the dreams that God has sewn within your heart.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by Abingdon Press, […]

Dear Daughters: Love Letters to the Next Generation – Susie Davis

Dear Daughters is a lovely book that explores the importance of women helping other women to grow spiritually. As we continue to grow throughout the seasons of our lives having friendships with women who are a bit further down the path to provide support and guidance is invaluable. Dear Daughters presents the case for receiving […]

Pup 681: A Sea Otter Rescue Story – Jean Reidy

Pup 681 is a fictional version of the story of Luna the sea otter. Luna was an orphan that was originally rescued by the Monterey Bay Aquarium staff when she was less than a week old. She received round the clock care and is now a healthy and happy sea otter. She currently lives at […]

There’s Nothing to Do! – Dev Petty

Frog is back, and this time he is frustrated because there is nothing to do. After much searching and frustration, he gets a bit of insight from a frog friend who encourages him to enjoy the world around him. Ultimately, Frog finds joy and peace as he takes in the wonder of nature.

Title: There's Nothing to Do!

Author:

Dev Petty

Genre:

JUVENILE FICTION

Publisher:

Doubleday Books for Young Readers

Release Date:

2017

Pages:

32

I Don’t Want to Go to Sleep – Dev Petty

A recent trip to the library allowed for the discovery of a few new Dev Petty books.

I Don’t Want to Go to Sleep features our froggy friend from I Don’t Want to be a Frog puzzling over how frogs get to spend the winter. Initially, our frog friend wants to spend the winter having […]

Way Back Wednesday ~ I Don’t Want to be a Frog – Dev Petty

This review was originally posted on May 18, 2015.

Our daughter is crazy about frogs and was a bit skeptical when she saw this book. The story focuses on a frog who isn’t very comfortable in his own green skin. He imagines life would be much better as a cat, or a pig, or perhaps […]

Say Something – Peter H. Reynolds

Our favorite children’s book author has released another winner! Say Something encourages the reader to realize that everyone has something worthwhile to share and by sharing can make the world a better place. Delightful illustrations make the text come to life in this tale of encouragement and empowerment. Say Something is the perfect classroom read […]

Way Back Wednesday ~ Island of the Blue Dolphin– Scott O’Dell

This post was originally published on January 12, 2015.

This classic was one of my very favorites as a child. I was excited to share it with our daughter, and I was delighted that she loved it too. Island of the Blue Dolphin shares the story of Karana and her survival on an island off […]

Reforesting Faith: What Trees Teach Us About the Nature of God and His Love for Us – Matthew Sleeth

In Reforesting Faith, Dr. Sleeth takes the reader on a walk thru scripture. His focus is helping one discover and and explore the biblical trail of trees. This book is an inspirational read that focuses on the Creator and His creation.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing, no other […]

Robot in Love – T.L. McBeth

Even robots can fall in love…

This is a silly, fun book that features a robot who falls in love at first sight. Unfortunately, his true love seems to have disappeared never to be found again until the unexpected happens.

Title: Robot in Love Author: T. L. McBeth Genre: Juvenile Fiction Publisher: Henry Holt Books For Young Readers

Release Date:

December 24, 2018

Pages:

40